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Halsey Covers NYLON’s June/July Music Issue

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Singer Halsey shows off a dark new hairstyle on the new June/July cover of NYLON magazine, where she opens up on her childhood, social media, and how success has changed her.

On Her Childhood:

“I went from being a little kid to, like, a very weathered adult in a year. I got kicked out of my house, I traveled the whole country by myself, I found out I had bipolar disorder, I dealt with a sexual assault.… That year was like Murphy’s Law, man.”

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

On Shaving her Head:

“I saw thousands of tweets from kids who were like, ‘Yeah, that’s it, I don’t want to be her fan anymore.’”

“Hair has also been a big indicator of racial issues in my life. It’s one of the ultimate symbolic struggles for women of color. Shaving my head was important to me because I needed to be able to prove that I could still love myself if I did it.”

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

On Social Media:

“There are some things I have the power to make a difference in, but people being mean on the internet is not one of them. If I stood up and turned my whole career into a fucking campaign to end cyberbullying, I would get cyberbullied for that.”

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

On How Success has Changed Her:

“My parents don’t know who the fuck I am anymore. I never did homework, my room was a fucking mess, I didn’t care if my clothes were dirty. I was the most loose, lazy, completely fluid, lucid gypsy woman. I just became such a, forgive me, but such an anal retentive this past year, because I got something that I was scared to lose.”

“I care about my shows so fucking much. If I play a show and it’s not the best show anyone has ever seen, it’s not good enough for me. I’m like that with everything. If I’m not the best person you’ve ever had sex with, we need to do it again, like, I need to fix it.”

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

You can read more from Halsey’s interview here! Also, be sure to pick up the new June/July issue of NYLON to see her full feature.

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

Halsey For Nylon June/July 2016

Photos: NYLON/Olivia Malone


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Kendall Jenner Graces the June/July Issue of Harper’s Bazaar

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Kendall Jenner shows off a classic red lip for the new cover of Harper’s Bazaar‘s June/July 2016 issue, where she models in a lying-down-only photoshoot and chats about her childhood and her off-duty style.

On her Childhood:

“For me, I don’t know any other way. We were brought up in this abnormal world, if that’s what you want to call it. I feel like a lot of people say that kids who grow up in that kind of world go crazy. But it has everything to do with how your parents raise you. I was raised so normally, or as normally as I could have been. It’s also a generational thing. I see my six-year-old nephew, and he’s on an iPad. It’s just what you grow up with.”

Kendall Jenner for Harper's Bazaar

On What Job She Wanted as a Kid:

“I’ve always loved animals. I rode horses for 10 years, so I thought I was going to be a professional horseback rider and then a vet. I used to play these vet video games.”

Kendall Jenner for Harper's Bazaar

On her Ambition:

“I am very ambitious. I love what I do, I love my job, and I’m OCD.”

Kendall Jenner for Harper's Bazaar

On her Everyday Style:

“Most days I don’t care what I wear. You’ll find me in yoga pants, a T-shirt, and sneakers almost every day. My job is to wear something nice when I work, so I enjoy doing it then. But when I don’t have to, I’d rather just wear something comfortable.”

Kendall Jenner for Harper's Bazaar

On the Paparazzi:

“Yes, they wait outside my house every single day. It’s so crazy to me because it’s stalking at this point. When I say every day, I’m not kidding. I don’t understand how that is legal. There should be some kind of Sunday off or something.”

“I’d rather someone around me be mean to them. [Laughs.] I’m always trying to be nice to them, but sometimes it’s hard because you’re human, and sometimes you have a bad day. Like if you’re getting into your car and you don’t say hi, all of a sudden you’re so mean. There is a balance, for sure.”

Kendall Jenner for Harper's Bazaar

You can read more of Kendall’s interview here! Also, be sure to pick up the new issue of the magazine when it hits newsstands on May 24th to see Kendall’s full feature!


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Elizabeth Olsen Sports a Bright Summer Look for Allure’s June 2016 issue

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Actress Elizabeth Olsen shows off a bright, summery look on the new June 2016 issue of Allure Magazine, where she opens up on being compared to her sisters Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, her preference to not use instagram, and why she doesn’t like dressing for the red carpet.

On Being Compared to Her Sisters (The Olsen Twins):

“You know you’re going to be compared [with them] for the rest of your life. You grow up and get over it, and you love your family regardless.”

Elizabeth Olsen for Allure June 2016

On Not Using Social Media:

“[If I were] spending five minutes trying to look good in a picture [every day], I’d be like, Who am I? I’m distracted by other stupid shit [without thinking about Instagram].”

Elizabeth Olsen for Allure June 2016

On Red Carpets and Photoshoots:

“The clothes we’re expected to fit into aren’t sizes; they’re samples. They’re not made for chicks with boobs, so I’m very self-conscious about having them. I have fun choosing an outfit for my best friend’s wedding, but not [something] I’m going to be judged in.”

Elizabeth Olsen for Allure June 2016

You can check out more from Elizabeth’s interview here! Be sure to pick up the June 2016 issue of the magazine to see her full feature.

Elizabeth Olsen for Allure June 2016

You can also see Elizabeth in Captain America: Civil War in theatres now!



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Nina Dobrev & Julianne Hough Team Up for a BFF Giving Keys Photoshoot

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BFFs Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough got to team up for a special project on Wednesday (May 11), spending the day at a special photoshoot modelling the ‘Best Friend Keys’ for The Giving Keys.

The girls gave fans glimpses of their fun day on their social media by posting some behind the scene pics. In a photo of the duo in a polaroid picture, Nina writes: “Best “work” day ever! Shooting with my BFF @juleshough for @thegivingkeys @riawnacapri @beautycoach_com #bestfriendkeys”

We can’t wait to see the final photos from the shoot!


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Nick Jonas Talks The Jonas Brothers & New Music in OUT Magazine

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Actor/Singer Nick Jonas graces the cover of OUT Magazine‘s June/July 2016 issue, where he dishes on The Jonas Brothers, his upcoming album, and being a gay icon.

On Growing up with The Jonas Brothers:

“I loved music at an early age. [My parents] had no intention of pushing us to do it. They were really open-minded and supportive.”

“It was a weird way to grow up, but I think I maintained some sense of normalcy,” he says.

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

On Gay Baiting Accusations:

“It’s not the majority, but a large handful have a negative opinion for whatever reason, and I think it’s really quite sad.”

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

On Playing a Gay Character on Kingdom:

“It’s been a great character to play, one that I try to be respectful of and take myself out of. He’s on his own path.”

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

On His New Album Last Year Was Complicated:

“When I was working on this album, Jay Z asked me what it was about. I said it was about the past year of my life, and that the year was complicated. Jay Z said, ‘That’s the name of your album: Complicated.’ ”

“With this one I made a real point to tell stories as honestly as I could. It became very clear what it was going to be about, after the breakup [with Olivia Culpo]. I just dove in headfirst and wrote about all of it. I think it was the most meaningful relationship I’ve ever been in, and it was the longest.”

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

On Having the Press Dissect His Love Life:

“It definitely sucks. It sort of feels like, on top of dealing with the situation with the person, you have to be thinking about other people’s opinion about it, and without all the information.”

“The fact that people were intrigued by a 14– or 15-year-old’s relationships was strange to me. Now I think it makes a bit more sense. I think it’s kind of amusing, people’s interests. But it’s funny, because I think I live a pretty low-key life.”

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

Be sure to pick up the newest issue of OUT Magazine for Nick’s full feature! You can also read more from his interview here.

Last Year Was Complicated hits the shelves on June 10th!

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016

Nick Jonas OUT Magazine June/July 2016


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Fifth Harmony are a Vision in White for Fashion Magazine’s Summer Issue

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If Fifth Harmony‘s new Billboard Magazine cover isn’t enough for you Harmonizers, the girls of 5H are also gracing the new summer 2016 issue of Canada’s Fashion magazine!

On the new issue, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke, and Camila Cabello all show off fresh summer looks with all-white outfits, before sharing their work tips, celebrity heros, and more during their interviews.

Lauren Jauregui for Fashion Magazine Summer 2016

Lauren Jauregui

Style Icons: Lana Del Rey and Kate Moss
Dream Duet: Flume
M.O.: “When men like Justin Trudeau talk about how important it is to be a feminist, it inspires more people to be that way. When the non-oppressed speak out on behalf of the oppressed, that’s when change happens.”
Celebrity Hero: Education activist Malala Yousafzai
Work Tip: “Stop the name-calling and stop telling people what to wear or how to act. I wish I could just ban using ‘slut’ anywhere. I hate that fucking word.”

Camila Cabello for Fashion Magazine Summer 2016

Camila Cabello

Style Icon: Audrey Hepburn
Dream Duet: Ed Sheeran
M.O.: “Confidence comes with experience and growth. I used to be insecure, so I stopped reading hateful comments on Twitter. I cut that out of my life. That’s when I grew into a person I was proud of.”
Celebrity Hero: Taylor Swift
Work Tip: “There’s this excerpt from Bossypants by Tina Fey: ‘The most important lesson you’ll learn in your career is that people will teach you to scope out the women in an audition or a job interview. The reality is that it’s not just women, everybody is your competition.’”

Ally Brooke for Fashion Magazine Summer 2016

Ally Brooke Hernandez

Style Icon: Jennifer Lopez
Dream Duet: Justin Timberlake
M.O.: “When you start this young [in pop music], people expect you to be at your full potential by 15 or 19 or 22. That’s impossible. You’ve gotta work on it. That’s what we are doing.”
Celebrity Hero: Jennifer Lopez
Work Tip: “As women, we’ve got to root for each other more—this means on the internet, in the office or wherever life takes us.”

Normani Kordei

Normani Kordei for Fashion Magazine Summer 2016
Style Icons: Sarah Jessica Parker and Ciara
Dream Duet: Kendrick Lamar
M.O.: “Fifth Harmony are all feminists. It’s our duty to reach out to people and let them know a woman can be just as powerful as a man can be.”
Celebrity Hero: Michelle Obama
Work Tip: “Nobody is less than anybody else.”

Dinah Jane Hansen

Dinah Jane Hansen for Fashion Magazine Summer 2016
Style Icons: Rihanna and Kim Kardashian
Dream Duet: Mariah Carey
M.O.: “We’re not perfect. When you look at all of us, some of us have a double chin, somebody’s belly button is out, some of us don’t have perfect skin—but together, we’ve learned to love ourselves as is.”
Celebrity Hero: Rihanna
Work Tip: “We need to be truthful with one another in the workplace. It’s also important to be loyal so we can get rid of the stereotype of girls against girls. It’s the only way we can all excel.”

Be sure to pick up the newest issue of Fashion magazine to see Fifth Harmony’s full feature! You can also read more at FashionMagazine.com.

Fifth Harmony’s new album 7/27 hits shelves on May 27th!


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Shay Mitchell Sizzles on the New Cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine

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Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell brings the heat on the new cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine‘s June 2016 issue.

In the new issue, Shay opens up about her sexuality, along with her future career goals.

On Her Sexuality:

“When I started, people were like, ‘What are you?’ I’m like, right now I’m dating a guy. I don’t know what it’s going to be in three years. You love who you love. Black, white, polka-dot, that’s what my dad always said. I’m never going to label myself. I could be 50 and dating a woman and then what? I said I was straight and now I’m not?'”

On being a waitress before her big break:

“I have so much respect for waiters, waitresses, girls who work in clubs. It’s tough. I’d have old guys saying ‘You’re so pretty, why are you working?’ or ‘Come live with me, honey.’ Like, what, so I can be taken care of? That’s the last thing that I want. What I wanted to say was, ‘[I work] so I will never end up with someone like you.'”

Shay Mitchell for Cosmopolitan June 2016

On her Post-PLL Career:

“I’d rather have a company. I don’t want to be dependent on a call from my agent—taking projects I’m not okay with because I need to. To be honest, winning an Oscar is not one of my goals.”

On her Social Media:

“On handling each social media platform with a marketer’s precision: “My Instagram is like an art gallery—no blurry photos. Come to Snapchat and see it all being made. Instagram is the appetizer. Snapchat is the meal.”

You can catch Shay in her new movie Mother’s Day, in theatres now! Also be sure to pick up the new June 2016 issue of Cosmopolitan when it hits newsstands on May 10th for Shay’s full feature!


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Chloe Moretz in Glamour: “My biggest thing now is making gender-equalizing movies”

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Actress Chloe Moretz graces the new June 2016 issue of Glamour Magazine, where she opens up on her upcoming movie Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising, her internet feud with Kim Kardashian, and her views on feminism.

On Playing Rebellious Women On-Screen

:
Definitely. With movies like Kick-Ass, Carrie, and Let Me In, I was able to push boundaries at a really young age. … Now that I’m able to get projects funded, curate scripts, and make movies, it means a lot to me to go against gender norms. My biggest thing now is making gender-equalizing movies, where you can put a male actor or a female actor in that role, and it would work the same way.

On her Character Shelby in Neighbours: 2

Shelby’s a frat bro. She goes off the cuff. I like that, because I don’t think we [usually get to] see young women put into a position where they’re making rash decisions. When we do see young women bucking the system, we see them do it in a very educated sense. Instead of being poised…[Shelby] genuinely is kind of an idiot!

Chloe Moretz in Glamour June 2016

On Working with Zac Efron, Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne and Selena Gomez on the Film:

We were always pulling pranks on each other. They would find all these things that tick my clock—certain people out there really push my buttons—and send me articles and pictures.

Chloe Moretz in Glamour June 2016

On her “Feud” with Kim Kardashian:

I had just gotten off a plane from South Korea, I was incredibly jet-lagged, and I couldn’t take one more thing. I saw that photo, and I had to say something. That picture wasn’t linked to body confidence. It wasn’t a #BodyConfidence or #LoveWhoYouAre. It was done in a slightly voyeuristic light, which I felt was a little inappropriate for young women to see. … I would hate for young women to feel they need to post certain photos in order to gain likes, retweets, favorites, and male attention.… I wasn’t slut-shaming. It’s not about body shaming.

On Posting Pictures in a Bikini:

I do it because it’s a body-confidence thing. I posted one in Mexico. I felt good, and I was wearing a bikini on a beach. It wasn’t me sexualizing myself. It was with a beautiful background. When I posted it, I knew that there would be a lot of young women looking. So I made sure that it was tasteful…. I get called prudish.

Chloe Moretz in Glamour June 2016

On Feminism:

The word feminism meant something very different when I was 13. I had four older brothers and a single mom, and we were providing for each other…. It was a collective effort between men and women. So for me, it was about familial equality….I was uneducated on the word feminism because I wasn’t an adult in a lot of ways. I hadn’t dealt with the amount of adversity that I deal with now, especially in business. I’ve traveled more. I’ve been part of different cultures and [heard about] what it means to be a minority young woman in this country and other countries. I’ve read more, experienced more. It’s kind of an evolution. So now, for me, feminism means equality for people of all genders, races, and economic situations. But at the same time, I never really thought that feminism was about hating men; I was afraid that people would view me that way.

For more of Chloe’s interview, be sure to check out Glamour.com, and pick up her new issue of Glamour for her full feature!

Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising will hit theatres on May 20th.


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Taylor Swift Goes Platinum Blonde for her new ‘Vogue’ Cover

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Singer Taylor Swift shows off a new platinum blonde hair style for her new cover of Vogue magazine, where she opens up on her life now that she’s wrapped up her 1989 World Tour and is taking a break from music.

When asked what she’s going to do with her life now that she’s not making a new album, Taylor says: “I have no idea. This is the first time in ten years that I haven’t known. I just decided that after the past year, with all of the unbelievable things that happened . . . I decided I was going to live my life a little bit without the pressure on myself to create something.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

However, Taylor revealed that she’s not done making music: “I’m always going to be writing songs,” she says. “The thing is, with me, I could very well come up with three things in the next two weeks and then jump back into the studio, and all of a sudden the next record is started. That’s an option, too.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

The 26-year-old revealed that during her time off from, there are some other goals she wants to achieve: “I would really like to take a little time to learn things,” she says. “I have lots of short-term goals.”

What are some of Taylor’s goals? “I want to be a well-rounded person who can make a good drink.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

“To be able to save somebody if they’re drowning,” she adds. “So CPR, all the various kinds of chest compressions. People tell you little tips, but that’s different from actually taking a class and getting certified.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

When asked if she knew how to change a tire, Taylor says: “No. I should probably know how to do that.”

“I do things like this,” she explains. “I got it in my head that I couldn’t do a split, and I was really upset about it. And so I stretched every single day for a year until I could do a split. Somehow I feel better knowing that I can.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

When asked if having her own fashion line is among one of her goals, Taylor says: “Theoretically, yes. But I would want it to be something that was relatable and accessible and everyday. I don’t see it being couture. I would want it to be reflective of my style. And a lot of things I wear are not highly expensive.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

When talking about her own style, Taylor explains that she tends to go through phases – from her cowboy boot-loving days to her retro fifties style.

“I can look back at an old photo and tell you roughly what year it’s from,” she says. “Going through different phases is one of my favorite things about fashion. I love how it can mark the passage of time. It’s similar to my songs in that way—it all helps identify where I was at in different points of my life.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

“I’m just taking things as they come,” she says. “I’m in a magical relationship right now. And of course I want it to be ours, and low-key . . . this is the one thing that’s been mine about my personal life.”

“Honestly, I never relax, and I’m excited about being able to relax for the first time in ten years,” she says. “I feel relaxed right now.”

Taylor Swift Vogue 2016

You can read more of Taylor’s interview here, and can check out her full feature in Vogue’s May 2016 issue!


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Jennifer Lawrence Brightens Up Harper’s Bazaar’s May 2016 Issue

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence shows off the perfect spring look on the newest issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, where she opens up about her views on equal pay and what it’s like to hang out with her.

Check out some quotes from Jennifer’s interview below!

On Her Essay About Equal Pay:

“I had no idea it was going to blow up like that,” she recalls. “And I obviously only absorbed the negative. I didn’t pay any attention to the positive feedback. My parents get really upset. They do not like me speaking out about anything political because it’s hard to see your kid take criticism. But, really, people who criticized it are people who think women should not be paid the same as men. So I don’t really care what those people think.”

“I’m over trying to find the ‘adorable’ way to state my opinion and still be likable. […] [But] There’s nothing wrong with being a pleaser if you’re smart about it. As long as you’re getting what’s fair. You know, I want my employers to be happy. I want to please anyone I’m working for as long as they pay me the appropriate amount. I’ll make them as happy as they want.”

“I don’t know why that word [feminism] is so scary to people; it shouldn’t be, because it just means equality. If we are moving forward in a society, you are feeling stronger as a woman, and you want to be taken more seriously. You don’t have to take away the wonderful traits that come with being a woman: We are sensitive. We are pleasers. We’re empathetic. All those things that can keep you from asking for what you want or making mistakes.”

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016

On What It’s Like to Hang Out With Her:

“I don’t really stay out late. I’m kind of a bummer. I’m a nana. It’s hard to get me out, and when I do go out I don’t really stay out late. If I do stay out late and I’m partying hard, I will throw up. I don’t have the tolerance to black out; I just start puking.”

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016

On her Typical Day:

“Wake up. I take Pippi on a running hike. I’ll probably do Pilates or something. Then I’ll hang out with a friend to count down the hours of my wasteful life. Then I watch TV, and then I’ll go to bed. There’s my day.” What makes her laugh? “The Onion headlines. Get me every time. The last one that made me laugh was ‘Ugly Girl Killed.’ ”

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016

On Fashion:

“I think I started paying attention to fashion as soon as paparazzi started happening a few years ago. I was not ready. I was like, ‘What do I wear?’ I had to start paying attention. When I turned 25 it got easier because I know, ‘This is you, this is not you.’ ”

On the last thing she bough for herself: “[a] pair of earrings. I don’t have a boyfriend, so I have to do that shit on my own.”

On her Dior campaign: “I could not believe it when they signed me [to be in their campaigns]. They fly me to Paris and get me hotel rooms, and I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me? You don’t have to be so nice!’ I couldn’t renew my contract quickly enough.”

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016

You can catch Jennifer next month in her latest movie X-Men: Apocalypse, which hits theatres on May 27th!

Be sure to check out Harper’s Bazaar for Jennifer’s full interview, and pick up the issue when it hits newsstands on April 19!

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016

Jennifer Lawrence for Harpers Bazaar 2016


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